Woman arrested after defecating on floor, throwing feces at coffee shop cashier

Langley Tim Hortons Woman Furiously Shits On Floor

Police were called, and officers located the woman in the parking lot, said Cpl.

Last week, a Langley woman was arrested and charged after she threw a nasty fit inside a Tim Hortons restaurant. The video further shows that the male staff member continues to talk to her as she bends down to poop, but soon steps away as it was clear that she was excreting right there.

The woman was shown arguing with a cashier at the restaurant, then pulling down her trousers and defecating right there in the restaurant before throwing the excrement at the employee, who quickly moved away, The Daily Mail reported.

The encounter was caught on video by a store camera and has since gone viral. The staff appear to be asking her to leave. She then throws the excrement at the employee and grabs a handful of napkins to wipe herself.

As for the woman's apparent complaint, Pettinaro said that "in limited cases across the country, restaurants have a restricted access policy for restroom to ensure the well-being of our guests".

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The woman was later detained by the police and a date has been issued for her to appear before the court.

This woman was full of crap - and she didn't mind sharing it in front of horrified diners.

The real story here is the this white woman was treated with more care and dignity than the two Black men who were minding their business at that Philly Starbucks and that alone speaks volumes. However, in some cases, restaurants may have a buzzer or key entry for restrooms.

It's unbelievable how entitled people have become.

As the minute-long movie reveals, the woman entered the Tim Hortons restaurant and asked the employee to use the restroom.

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